On today’s noon show, we have the latest news including:
— teachers return to site of South Florida school shooting,
— restaurant fines drop sharply in Florida,
— and Wekiva Parkway gopher tortoises face rough road.
"Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli is due back in court Friday for a hearing about whether he should forfeit millions of dollars in assets including a one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album as part of his conviction in a securities fraud scheme.
Jennifer Lawrence is on "60 Minutes,'' the Olympics stage their closing ceremonies and "The Walking Dead'' is back. And those are not your only options for weekend viewing.
In the early-morning hours of Feb. 23, 1998, several tornadoes cut through Central Florida and cost 42 people their lives.
The action, set to be announced Friday, is the latest U.S. effort to crack down on North Korea's evasion of United Nations-mandated restrictions for its nuclear and ballistic missile development.
What are you thinking if you are down 53-19 in the first half of a men's college basketball game? If you play for Drexel, you think it's time to hit the comeback trail. And boy, did they ever.
General Mills is making a sharp turn away from the cereal aisle with its decision to buy the Blue Buffalo pet-food brand for $8 billion.
While the DeLand Police Department said it does not believe the threat to be credible, it is working with school officials and talking to students as part of its investigation.
Colleagues looking at security monitors in another building fed police looking for accused Parkland Douglas school shooter Nikolas Cruz wrong information, because they didn’t realize — or didn’t convey — that they were watching a recording rather than a live feed, Coral Springs Police Chief Tony Pustizzi said.
A gun-control measure passed in Oregon restricts firearms from people in domestic violence and certain other cases.
Cross country skier Jessie Diggins already has had one big Olympic moment in South Korea. She will have another this weekend.
Bomb squads from Hartford and state police converged on the hospital and searched the car, finding cans with flammable liquid inside, Middletown, Conn., Mayor Dan Drew said.
The Florida Supreme Court upheld James Guzman’s convictions for armed robbery and first-degree murder, but it rejected his death sentence because the jury at his most recent trial in the case — his third in the Aug. 10, 1991, slaying — did not recommend a death sentence unanimously.
Score one for Russia -- or rather the Olympic Athletes from Russia. They earned their first gold medal Friday at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, thanks to a teenage girl.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has changed its written mission, saying its role is “protecting Americans, securing the homeland, and honoring our values.”